Amie Valpone

Chef, nutrition expert and wellness consultant

Obsessed with: Detox and fighting inflammation with food
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Amie Valpone is the best-selling author of Eating Clean: The 21-Day Plan to Detox, Fight Inflammation, and Reset Your Body. After healing herself from a decade of chronic pain from lyme disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome, C-diff colitis, hypothyroidism, adrenal fatigue, and leaky gut, she began cooking for others using healthy, organic, whole foods. Her work has appeared on Martha Stewart, Fox News, NBC, ABC, WebMD, The Huffington Post, The Food Network, Glamour, Clean Eating magazine, Shape, and Prevention. She lives in New York City.


    4 Awesome Ways to Enjoy Tahini

    By Amie Valpone / March 13, 2018 /

    Chances are you have a jar of tahini lurking in your pantry from that time you made hummus from scratch. But this amazing condiment can do so much more.

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    Fall vegetables

    Humble Vegetables Get the Star Treatment

    By Amie Valpone / September 13, 2017 /

    Sweet potatoes, red cabbage, kale, cauliflower—the vegetables I turn to as autumn’s chill fills the air are colorful, loaded with good nutrition and super-abundant at the farmer’s market.

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    Kale & sweet potato salad

    Simple Kale & Sweet Potato Salad

    By Amie Valpone / September 10, 2017 /

    This is an easy salad that can be served on a busy weeknight when you don’t have time to prep a big meal in the kitchen. Let the sweet potatoes roast while you get the kids and your family organized and then simply toss everything together for a meal that doubles as a great lunch the next day.

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    Roasted cauliflower & red pepper winter salad

    Roasted Cauliflower & Red Pepper Winter Salad

    By Amie Valpone / September 10, 2017 /

    Winter salads are underrated. They’re delicious and so comforting because they’re warm and delicious. I love serving salads with roasted vegetables and roasted garlic, which this salad is all about. The tahini dressing is delicious and adds a nice kick to the subtle flavors in this salad.

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